assertive

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boldly self-assured; aggressively confident; cocky
{a} positive, implying assertion
inclined to bold and confident assertion; aggressively self-assured; "an energetic assertive boy who was always ready to argue"; "pointing directly at a listener is an assertive act
confidently aggressive; "too assertive as a salesman"; "his self-assertive and unflagging energy" inclined to bold and confident assertion; aggressively self-assured; "an energetic assertive boy who was always ready to argue"; "pointing directly at a listener is an assertive act
Positive; affirming confidently; affirmative; peremptory
confidently aggressive; "too assertive as a salesman"; "his self-assertive and unflagging energy"
{s} forceful, aggressive
Someone who is assertive states their needs and opinions clearly, so that people take notice. Women have become more assertive in the past decade. submissive + assertively as·ser·tive·ly `You don't need to do that,' said Pearl assertively. + assertiveness as·ser·tive·ness an assertiveness training class. behaving in a confident way, so that people notice you
self-assertive
determined to advance one's own personality or views
assertively
in an assertive manner; "`I will take care of my own life,' she said assertively"
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in an assertive manner; "`I will take care of my own life,' she said assertively
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In an assertive manner
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forcefully, aggressively
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The quality of being self-assured and assertive
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Individuals' attempts to place themselves in physical, verbal, or social equality with, or superiority over another person When one does this with the intent of hurting someone else, then the act becomes one of aggression But generally, assertiveness is to be distinguished from aggression
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Talking calmly and firmly about your interests and what you want to happen in an effort to communicate effectively with others
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{i} forcefulness, aggressiveness
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the human characteristic or quality which determines the degree to which individuals are directive and competitive in manner as opposed to non-directive and co-operative See Social Style
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Making your needs and desires known to others 44Making your needs and desires known to others 44
assertiveness
aggressive self-assurance; given to making bold assertions
self-assertive
confidently aggressive; "too assertive as a salesman"; "his self-assertive and unflagging energy"
self-assertive
offensively self-assertive
self-assertive
Someone who is self-assertive acts in a confident way, speaking firmly about their opinions and demanding the rights that they believe they should have. If you want good relationships, you must have the confidence to be self-assertive when required. very confident about saying what you think or want self-assertion
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